LulzSec, a notorious group of hackers who attack for ?fun and infamy? rather than for financial or activist reasons, accessed PBS’s database, where they secured login credentials and posted an article claiming that rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls were found alive and well in New Zealand.
LulzSec’s hip-hop hoax had social networks buzzing for hours!
The article has since been removed but here it is it it’s entirety… Continue Reading…
Word on the curb is that Soulja Boy aka DeAndre Cortez Way, is planning to fill Tupac Shakur’s shoes in his legendary “Juice” role.
Soulja Boy, who recently released a released a? mixtape by the same name as the classic film, announced that he will be playing the role of legendary West Coast rapper in an upcoming biopic.
He specifically spoke about becoming ?Bishop,? stating:
Basically, it?s your boy Soulja and I?m Bishop in 2011, running around in the streets, man. You know how the movie goes, but we?re flipping it and shooting in Atlanta.
I want to show these people my acting side and me being creative?always giving them something new; that?s all. I got same video director that shot ?Crank That,? ?Kiss Me Through The Phone,? ?Turn My Swag On? ?my most successful videos.
The whole mixtape is the soundtrack for the movie.
Filming will begin ?soon”… whenever that is.
I’ve always had mad respect for SB and his hustle… but Juice? I dunno about that.
I’m sure that Pac’s “I don’t give a f*ck” attitude in the historic role is what all young gangsters aspire to be, but carrying off the role in a remake will be a challenge for even the best of ’em.
Do you think SouljaBoy will be able to fill 2pac’s shoes in a “Juice” remake?
Suge Knight has been arrested and charged with murdering Tupac Shakur. At least that’s what the creator of this viral video wants us all to believe.
The “Tupac Killer Arrested” rumor has been trending on Google News this week, along with others like the untimely passing of Eddie Murphy and Morgan Freeman (both of which are alive and well I might add).
This new video that’s in circulation leads one to believe that the 15-year-old cold case of Tupac’s murder has been cracked with the arrest of the Death Row mogul.